Latest tweet from @DCRESIDENCE.
    A Better Way to Make Money Doing the Thing You Love the Most! This January, DC finance and fundraising leaders will bring ideas for creative options to grow your business, from loans and grants to Kickstarter campaigns. We’ll open it up for questions, and then we’ll all mix and mingle (Manhattan’s in hand). (via Birds of a Pleather  - Eventbrite)

    A Better Way to Make Money Doing the Thing You Love the Most! This January, DC finance and fundraising leaders will bring ideas for creative options to grow your business, from loans and grants to Kickstarter campaigns. We’ll open it up for questions, and then we’ll all mix and mingle (Manhattan’s in hand). (via Birds of a Pleather  - Eventbrite)

    One of the most awaited Christmas Markets of Washington DC is soon to be BACK! Mark your calendar & Don’t Miss It!
Friday Dec. 2nd thought Dec-6th  12:00 (noon) - 8:00 pm. Please spread the word.Carmen Eliam Jewelry, one of our #DCRESIDENCE, will be in Booth #56 and sharing it with JustnPeachy Organics.

    One of the most awaited Christmas Markets of Washington DC is soon to be BACK! Mark your calendar & Don’t Miss It!

    Friday Dec. 2nd thought Dec-6th  12:00 (noon) - 8:00 pm. Please spread the word.

    Carmen Eliam Jewelry, one of our #DCRESIDENCE, will be in Booth #56 and sharing it with JustnPeachy Organics.

    Please enjoy The Future of DC Fashion Panel! Many thanks to Emma Fisher & Merin Guthrie the ladies of birdsofapleather

    Thank you Brightest Young Things! Check out the AMAZING photos from THE HOME by Rachel Eisley and Ben Droz! 

    Thank you Brightest Young Things! Check out the AMAZING photos from THE HOME by Rachel Eisley and Ben Droz

    Have an Android smartphone? Click here!

    Have an Android smartphone? Download this app commissioned for #DCRESIDENCE from local DC-based start-up GetSpontaneous — use it to interact and engage with the outdoor art Albus Cavus has placed around the District for DCWEEK, and upload a photo “Blink” from each installation. Then join us at the DCWEEK Closing Party presented by Ford to see Blinks that were captured all week long!

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    Soft Punch

    Get a preview of tonight’s DC debut of Soft Punch — a new solo project by Ryan Little of local post-punk band Tereu Tereu!

    Soft Punch kicks off The Parlour Sessions, a series of intimate stripped-down shows by your favorite local musicians in DC.  Tonight’s show is only $5 at the door, and starts at 10pm in The Parlour (421 H Street NE) above The Big Board.

    Meet Mr. Dwight Bell, whose #DCRESIDENCE has been around the block since 1956.

    Josef checking out 1629 L St NE Buckhorst H1 Lens, Ina’s 1969 Film, No Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic

    Josef checking out 1629 L St NE

    Buckhorst H1 Lens, Ina’s 1969 Film, No Flash, Taken with Hipstamatic
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Noarm getting ready for #DCRESIDENCE

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    Noarm getting ready for #DCRESIDENCE

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    Announcing “Mind Altering Space” — on exhibition by VESTIBULE at The Parlour

    The Vagabonds of VESTIBULE are pleased to present their latest temporary exhibition, hosted by The Parlour from November 7 through 11 as part of #DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK.  The opening reception will be held on Monday, November 7, from from 8pm to 10pm.

    Mind Altering Space is a video exhibition curated by local artist and DC native Joseph Orzal, featuring eight undergraduate students from the Corcoran College of Art + Design.  Each work is loosely based on the idea of a person’s mindset directly altering the space around them.  Whether this change comes from a dream-like place, one of mental instability, or is a reaction to society and politics, each work invites the viewer to an environment unlike that of the mundane day to day. The show features the work of:

    • Mazin AbdelhameidPerpetual Self Indulgence Part 1

    This work of simultaneously playing videos offer a view of the artist’s life as dictated by his daily routines. The act of repetitive processes as a means for depression and vice versa is explored.

    • Julia BancroftTalk to God

    Using environment and symbols, this work explores the ideas of God’s presence in the everyday.

    • Armando Lopez Bircann 
    • Katherine Macyshyn

    Psychedelic portraits show how arcane symbols from an individual’s everyday life can, when ritualized, manifest and act as a personal diety.

    • Kyrae Cowan

    The construction of a sanctuary by the elder will leave the young with a safety net as they move forward.

    • Dandan LuoDaily Life and Something Odd


    The notion of materialism transforms an interior space. Dreamlike flashes to a night scene questions the actual value of money and if its value is simply a mental construct.


    • Rachel Hrbek and Katie MacyshynEsther Morris Apocrypha

    Internal conflict in the domestic setting leads a woman to destroy a part of herself.

    • Rene MedranoPhemalia


    Consumption and regurgitation are tools in which to portray the female experience. Spatial conflicts between interior and exterior personify social critique and judgement.

    9 10.31.11
    YOU ARE INVITED TO THE #DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK OPEN HOUSE PARTY
1629 L St NE 6pm - 9pm 
This Saturday, November 5 from 6:00pm to 9:00 pm is our Open House Party, the official launch party for THE HOME — a two-day showcase of local indie fashion, emerging arts, and DIY retail as part of #DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK. This exhibition will activate three empty storefronts at 1629 L Street NE, transformed into the following:• “The Study” by Birds of a Pleather — a hub designed by the Birds of a Pleather collective (formerly with Worn Magazine) for taking a pseudo-sociological look at bringing communities together via identity, as examined through the lens of fashion and the way we present ourselves externally• “The Pantry” — the official pop-up shop of #DCRESIDENCE, starring these local DIY retailers selling swag• “The Icebox” by The Fridge — featuring a special exhibition called “Leftovers” and curated by Alex Goldstein, gallery director for The Fridge___RSVP on Facebook, and we’ll see you there!

    YOU ARE INVITED TO THE #DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK OPEN HOUSE PARTY

    1629 L St NE 6pm - 9pm 

    This Saturday, November 5 from 6:00pm to 9:00 pm is our Open House Party, the official launch party for THE HOME — a two-day showcase of local indie fashion, emerging arts, and DIY retail as part of #DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK. This exhibition will activate three empty storefronts at 1629 L Street NE, transformed into the following:

    • “The Study” by Birds of a Pleather — a hub designed by the Birds of a Pleather collective (formerly with Worn Magazine) for taking a pseudo-sociological look at bringing communities together via identity, as examined through the lens of fashion and the way we present ourselves externally
    • “The Pantry” — the official pop-up shop of #DCRESIDENCE, starring these local DIY retailers selling swag
    • “The Icebox” by The Fridge — featuring a special exhibition called “Leftovers” and curated by Alex Goldstein, gallery director for The Fridge
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    RSVP on Facebook, and we’ll see you there!

    7 10.31.11
    Scoutmob loves #DCRESIDENCE — and the H Street NE corridor. So this week, hop on down and treat yourself to 1 slice of sweet pie from Dangerously Delicious Pies. Yes, it’s 100% free. To get your very own piece of deliciousness, download the app on your iPhone, Android or Blackberry, or sign-up right here: http://scoutmob.com/washington-dc/today/2011-10-31/?Referrer=dcresidence p.s. For some odd reason you don’t like pie, get 50% off at Liberty Tree and Shawafel, too. 

    Scoutmob loves #DCRESIDENCE — and the H Street NE corridor. So this week, hop on down and treat yourself to 1 slice of sweet pie from Dangerously Delicious Pies. Yes, it’s 100% free. To get your very own piece of deliciousness, download the app on your iPhone, Android or Blackberry, or sign-up right here: 

    http://scoutmob.com/washington-dc/today/2011-10-31/?Referrer=dcresidence 

    p.s. For some odd reason you don’t like pie, get 50% off at Liberty Tree and Shawafel, too. 

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    Support these DIY retailers/indie artists this weekend at THE HOME 1629 L St NE during #DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK all weekend long:
The Fridge   Pop-Up Gallery “Leftovers” 
Birds of a Pleather    Gallery & Performance Art 
Bookish Lady     Cards and prints letterpress printer 
DECOY    Hoodies and prints 
Nebsione    Hats
Juan Lopez    Shirts 
Chelle Mohabert    Jewelry 
Derringer Friday   DC Designer Ties
CrunkCakes Cupcakes Meet Booze
Dana Maier    Wall Drawing & Mural installation
Art is Grey    Jewelry & Backpacks
Carmen Eliam Jewelry    Copper Jewelry Designer
Ferris    T shirts Rock and Roll
Made Beyond Fresh       Awesome Merchandise 
Somaphony    T shirts & Art
Jon Lee  Performance Art
DNA Art & T shirts
Nina Baksmaty Clothing 

    Support these DIY retailers/indie artists this weekend at THE HOME 1629 L St NE during #DCRESIDENCE @DCWEEK all weekend long:

    The Fridge   Pop-Up Gallery “Leftovers” 

    Birds of a Pleather    Gallery & Performance Art 

    Bookish Lady     Cards and prints letterpress printer 

    DECOY    Hoodies and prints 

    Nebsione    Hats

    Juan Lopez    Shirts 

    Chelle Mohabert    Jewelry 

    Derringer Friday   DC Designer Ties

    CrunkCakes Cupcakes Meet Booze

    Dana Maier    Wall Drawing & Mural installation

    Art is Grey    Jewelry & Backpacks

    Carmen Eliam Jewelry    Copper Jewelry Designer

    Ferris    T shirts Rock and Roll

    Made Beyond Fresh       Awesome Merchandise 

    Somaphony    T shirts & Art

    Jon Lee  Performance Art

    DNA Art & T shirts

    Nina Baksmaty Clothing 

    3 10.28.11
    Master scheduling.

    Master scheduling.